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On a mission to trade the daily grind for daring, globe-trotting adventures, adrenaline-fueled buddies Matt Galland, Danny Bryson and Blake Josephson go all-in: They trek 100 miles in the wild in a maximum of four days and self-film the escapades. While the mission is straightforward, the trips come with twists and turns like brutal terrain, unpredictable weather and encounters with wild animals, while hunger, dehydration, hypothermia and infighting are also daily threats. "100 Miles From Nowhere" -- from the producers of "Naked and Afraid" -- features episodes filmed in Oregon, Arizona, Idaho, Mexico and Chile, plus the guys' home state of Utah. During each expedition, the threesome rely on bear boxes dropped about every 25 miles. The boxes contain food and other supplies and serve as motivation to reach the next destination.

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From the snowy mountains to the powerful Salmon River rapids, Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile trek through Idaho's River of No Return wilderness.
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Matt, Danny, and Blake tackle their most physically and mentally challenging trip yet as they take on Oregon's Steens Mountain; a winter storm ups the ante and pummels the friends with elements testing their endurance and their friendship.
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The trio heads to Arizona to battle harsh winds, frigid temperatures, endless sand and breathtaking, but deadly slot canyons; with hypothermia a real danger, the guys might have to abandon their 130-mile adventure.
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Matt and his friends trek through Utah's majestic Wasatch Mountains over dangerous terrain in just four days, with no camera crew.

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